Hey loves! Watch the video below for details! Contest only open to participants in the US. Thank you!
Greetings, everyone! I wanted to share a short video of a big chop I did earlier this week!
I had a client with natural hair that had been wearing sew-ins and for a while and had damaged parts of her hair from using flat irons. She wanted all the damage gone and the rest of her hair cut to an even length. We followed that with feed-in braids to give her a low maintenance style while growing re-growing her hair.
I used shears to cut her hair and used Hair Garden’s Mint cleanser and Mango Punch Conditioner. We are looking forward to returning her to a full, healthy head of hair!
Please post any questions or comments and thanks for visiting my blog!
Hello everyone! After many requests and much planning I have put together a braiding class for moms!
Many bring their children to the salons to have their hair styled but maintenance at home is just as important!
In this 3.5 hour class, you will learn basic braiding (plaits), cornrowing, twisting and coiling. This class also teaches how to prep for styling. This class is great for moms of children with beginner locs as well!
This class will include a Hair Garden sample set, gel, clips and rat tail comb. You bring your own brush and wide toothed comb!
Limited spaces available to ensure a quality and comfortable learning environment! Reserve your spot today! More classes may be available depending on requests!
“Hair Garden Nursery’s Braid Workshop For Moms ” on Eventbrite!
Date: Sat, Mar 31, 10:00 AM
Location: The Hair Garden Nursery
I’ve added another date, April 7th, for your convenience! Here is the link for that date!
“Hair Garden Nursery’s Braid Workshop For Moms #2” on Eventbrite!
Date: Sat, Apr 7, 10:00 AM
Location: The Hair Garden Nursery
Please contact me if you have any questions! Thank you!
Hello, lovelies! Back in early spring, I had the honor of being interviewed by the one of the owners of Paris Hair and Beauty Supplies! They came down to participate in the Taliah Waajid Natural Hair and Beauty Expo, which I was teaching classes at so I got the chance to meet and sit down with them!
It was a very exciting experience! We discussed my company and my products in this interview. It has been broken up into different topics which I will be posting!
Greetings, my dears! Back in May 2010 (😰), I did my original post about dusting my ends (link). I had always been urged to do a video but just could never get it together!! Well, SURPRISE!! I finally did a quick, last-minute video of me dusting my ends.
Just as a refresher, dusting is like trimming your ends but not taking as much off. I personally have 4 classifications for cutting when it comes to my hair!
1. Spot cutting- That’s cutting a knot out here and there or where you see a problem area.
2. Dusting- Cutting about an inch or less of your ends to reduce tangles and shedding.
3. Trim- removing and inch or more of your ends. You are not cutting to achieve a style, just to remove the dead ends. (This can be done to refresh a cut!)
4. Hair cut- This is cutting to remove bulk and/or to achieve a particular look or style.
Moving back to dusting, I have a short little video showing how I usually dust. I also have it uploaded on my YouTube channel so if you don’t already follow me (The Hair Garden), please do!😊
I hope you found the video helpful! I am excited to finally share more of my natural hair regimen with you all! I can’t wait to post the next video! Thanks for stopping by!